Although the Eagles have averaged 31.8 points per game - second best in the NFL - every aspect of the offense hasn't always worked. Sunday, for instance, the Eagles averaged only 2.4 yards per carry on 19 designed rushing plays.
"We need to be more efficient when we do run the football," Reid said.
Westbrook, at least through four games, doesn't appear to be the same force he has been the previous five seasons. He had just eight touches against the Bucs, and it's strange not to see his name among the league leaders in rushing yards and yards from scrimmage. McCoy actually had one more touch than RB Brian Westbrook.
Is that the Eagles' future?
"We'll do that as long as we need to," Reid said. "We can increase things [for Westbrook], but right now that's where we're at, and we'll see how it works this week. He came out feeling good, though, so that was a positive."
Not so positive were the yards gained by Vick and the Wildcat offense.
"It wasn't as good as it needs to be," Reid said. "We'll just go back to the drawing board and see what happens. That happens every once in a while."
The entire Eagles offense seems to still be a work in progress and it remains to be seen who will emerge as the featured weapon.